Published January 24, 2007
by Springer .
Written in English
|Contributions||Ashok K. Srivastava (Editor), Jean-Louis Chiasson (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
VANADIUM PENTOXIDE AND OTHER INORGANIC VANADIUM COMPOUNDS Note that the layout and pagination of this pdf file are not identical to the printed CICAD First draft prepared by Dr M. Costigan and Mr R. Cary, Health and Safety Executive, Liverpool, United Kingdom, and Dr S. Dobson, Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, Huntingdon, United Kingdom. Pages in category "Vanadium compounds" The following 34 pages are in this category, out of 34 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (). Read chapter Industrial Uses of Vanadium and Its Compounds: Vanadium Login Register Cart Help. Vanadium () Chapter: Industrial Uses of Vanadium and Its Compounds. Get This Book. Unfortunately, this book can't be printed from the OpenBook. If you need to print pages from this book, we recommend downloading it as a PDF. In compounds of vanadium (where known), the most common oxidation numbers of vanadium are: 5. Hydrides The term hydride is used to indicate compounds of the type M x H y and not necessarily to indicate that any compounds listed behave as hydrides chemically.
The book includes coverage of vanadium-dependent haloperoxidases and model systems, vanadium in the environment, and technological applications. It also briefly covers the catalytic reactions of peroxovanadate and haloperoxidase model compounds. The book includes coverage of vanadium-dependent haloperoxidases and model systems, vanadium in the environment, and technological applications. It also briefly covers the catalytic reactions of peroxovanadate and haloperoxidase model compounds. It contains a discussion of the vanadium haloperoxidases and the biological and biochemical Cited by: Vanadium yields compounds for valences of 2, 3, 4, and 5; the known oxides for these valences are VO and V 2 O 3 (basic), VO 2 (amphoteric), and V 2 O 5 (acidic), respectively. Divalent and trivalent vanadium compounds are unstable and are powerful reducing agents. The high-valence compounds are of practical importance. Common Compounds of Vanadium V [V +2, V +3, V +4, V +5]. Compound Name. Formula.
Compounds formed with carbide ligands are briefly mentioned, but thereafter carbon‐donor ligands are not included in this article. Then follows a review of the coordination chemistry of vanadium, which, after a brief introduction, is grouped into sections according to the oxidation state of vanadium in the compounds under : Raymond L. Richards. Vanadium Compounds: Biochemical and Therapeutic Applications. Editors: Srivastava, Ashok K., Chiasson, Jean-Louis (Eds.) Free Preview. The direct effect of different vanadium compounds upon alkaline phosphatase (ALP) activity was investigated. Vanadate and vanadyl inhibited both the soluble and particulate ALP activity from UMR cells and from bovine intestinal ALP. We have also shown the inhibition of ALP activity in the soluble fraction of osteoblasts by peroxo and hydroperoxo vanadium compounds. Vanadium in Biological Systems. Cite this entry as: () Vanadium Compounds. In: Kretsinger R.H., Uversky V.N., Permyakov E.A. (eds) Encyclopedia of Metalloproteins.